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Kerry Bowie builds diversity bridge between green-tech science and commerce
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Kerry Bowie builds diversity bridge between green-tech science and commerce
A self-described “jack-of-all-trades,” Kerry Bowie has tried his hand at a number of jobs while moving through the orbit of environmental fields. Throughout it all, he’s been driven by the goal of putting science to use by and for the broadest possible community.
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$4.7 million city funding to support biotech workforce development
Community colleges and two-year institutions are at the center of a city effort to bring more Boston residents, especially those from Black and brown communities, into careers in the booming life sciences industry.
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Bioversity welcomes first class in Dorchester
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Bioversity welcomes first class in Dorchester
The life science workforce development program Bioversity welcomed its first cohort of students Monday at its new lab space in Dorchester.
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Life sciences career hub launched in Boston
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Life sciences career hub launched in Boston
As various programs launch to train Boston residents of color for jobs in the life sciences, nonprofits in the city see a need to raise awareness about opportunities in those fields. For Cambridge-based MassBioEd, that need led to the creation of the Life Sciences Career Hub in Boston.
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New ‘Bioversity’ aims to diversify biotech workforce with free training program
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New ‘Bioversity’ aims to diversify biotech workforce with free training program
A new training program in the life sciences aims to bring more people from diverse backgrounds into biotechnology as the industry’s need to fill jobs increases.
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